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Bric a brac

Bric a brac. Is that a polite word for junk? There is lots of it at the market.

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Definition of Bric a brac in Wikipedea
"The term bric-à-brac (origin French) was first used in the Victorian era.
It referred then to collections of curios such as elaborately decorated teacups and small vases, feathers, wax flowers under glass domes, eggshells, statuettes, painted miniatures or photographs, and so on ... Bric-à-brac nowadays refers to a selection of items of low value, often sold in street markets.


  1. But then again, you might just find something valuable at the market one day!


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